• Areas of Practice
    Criminal Defense AttorneynGeneral Civil Litigation AttorneynPersonal Injury AttorneynFamily Law AttorneynProbate and Estate Planning Attorney

Benjamin Paul Garcia

Ben Garcia maintains a general practice, representing people and companies in matters ranging from contract disputes and estate planning to criminal defense and personal injury cases. Ben’s criminal practices includes representation in federal criminal cases, drug cases, DWIs, assault cases, and virtually any felony or misdemeanor, in state or federal court. In addition to representing persons accused of new crimes, he has experience in parole revocations and probation revocations. Ben is very passionate about his criminal cases and strongly believes that lawyers must defend the U.S. and Texas Constitutions, on behalf of their clients, to prevent constant government overreach, such as illegal searches and seizures. Ben also maintains an estate planning practice, helping clients plan for the distribution of their assets following their death and seeking to minimize estate taxes.

Ben has represented clients in matters ranging from allegations of first degree murder to class c minor in possession of alcohol, and nearly everything between. He has also assisted clients in multi-million dollar estate plans, federal litigation, construction contract disputes, and estate and probate disputes. Ben is at home in the courtroom and is always ready to take a case all the way to trial, if necessary.

  • Location

    1915 Broadway
    Lubbock, Texas

    Phone: 806-686-4711
  • Bar Admissions

    State Bar of Texas, 2011
    U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas, 2012
    U.S. District Court Western District of Texas, 2012
  • Education

    Doctor of Jurisprudence - 2011
    Texas Tech University School of Law, Lubbock, Texas

    Master of Arts - 2010
    Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

    Bachelor of Arts - 2007
    Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

    Ben is a Lubbock native and Coronado High School graduate. He attended Texas Tech University where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Political Science. As a graduate student, Ben focused his studies on US politics and wrote a thesis on the effects of political competition on constituent contacts for members of the US Senate.

    Ben attended Texas Tech University School of Law where he obtained a Doctor of Jurisprudence. While attending Texas Tech University School of Law, Ben was inducted into the Phi Delta Phi honors fraternity, was an involved member of the Board of Barristers, and was a member of two traveling mock trial teams, representing Texas Tech University School of Law in Atlanta and in Houston.
  • Professional Associations & Memberships

    State Bar of Texas, member
    Texas Criminal District Attorney Association, member